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rhodonite

noun rho·do·nite \ˈrō-də-ˌnīt\

Definition of RHODONITE

:  a pale red triclinic mineral that consists essentially of manganese silicate and is used as an ornamental stone

Origin of RHODONITE

German Rhodonit, from Greek rhodon rose
First Known Use: 1823

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